The Public Relations Program
is responsible for Organizational Development in the Public Health and Human Services Division. Organizational development includes: branding and marketing through designing and implementing media strategic including the use of social media, team building, customer service initiatives, building and sustaining good relationships between the division and the community.
The Public Relations team coordinates COVID-19 information with several parties of the EBCI. They serve on the EBCI Mass Vaccination Committee and disseminate important information for the community’s knowledge. They partner with Western North Carolina Health Network in multiple campaigns catered to the health priorities of the region. Follow WNC Health Network on Facebook.
Every month, division programs and their recognitions are highlighted on our social media. Follow EBCI Public Health & Human Services on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The program shares information from a multitude of reputable programs and organizations, in addition to relevant to COVID-19 and resources. All information is shared to reinforce the PHHS mission, recognize the impact and address the importance of social determinants of health, and encourage Cherokee cultural knowledge and activities.
The EBCI Public Health & Human Services Mission is this:
“HONORING our Cherokee Community by PROVIDING excellent service, PROMOTING health, and SERVING families in a culturally respectful way.”
It is the policy of PHHS that any comments that contain spam or are improper, inflammatory, off-topic or offensive shall be removed. Repeat offenders may be subject to banning.
EBCI PHHS strives to make the information contained on these third party sites as timely and accurate as possible, PHHS makes no claim, promise, or guarantee about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the contents on these third party sites, and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions in the contents of these sites. Items posted on these third party sites do not necessarily reflect the views or act as endorsements by EBCI PHHS.